We at Nomadic Expeditions are pleased to update our community of individuals invested in raptor conservation and sustainable travel on the progress of our Golden Eagle Conservation Project in partnership with the Wildlife Science and Conservation Center of Mongolia (WSCC) which studies the golden eagle population in western Mongolia and contributes important data to the Global Raptor Impact Network operated by The Peregrine Fund, the world’s foremost global raptor conservation organization.
When tourism works to successfully protect natural and cultural heritage, it also invests in safeguarding this legacy for future generations. Sustainable tourism will only successfully transform the entire industry if we each do our part.
NOMADIC EXPEDITIONS LAUNCHES CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP2021-02-16T16:56:37+00:00 Sustainability
Nomadic Expeditions, the award-winning eco-tourism company specialized in luxury adventure travel to Mongolia and beyond, was founded with a belief that travel makes the world a better place when it is based upon environmentally-friendly practices, supports the protection of cultural and natural heritage…
Virtuoso – Nomadic Expeditions Wins Sustainable Tourism Leadership Award Virtuoso Travel Week is an annual global networking event that connects the evolving travel marketplace, exclusive to the Virtuoso community, the world’s top luxury travel network. At the 31stannual Virtuoso Travel Week, Nomadic Expeditions was honored to receive the 2019 Sustainable Tourism Leadership Award. The honor
Bringing Sight to the Blind – Light to Darkness Dr. Dick Litwin, traveler with a heart of compassion This week we would like to highlight the wonderful work of Dr Richard Litwin MD and his wife Judith. Their selfless efforts toward restoring vision have had a positive impact on thousands of people in the developing
Travel with a Purpose: + Denver Lions Give Gift of Sight in Mongolia2018-09-11T19:35:58+00:00 Sustainability
Travel with a Purpose: + Denver Lions Give Gift of Sight in Mongolia By Myrna Ann Adkins, Denver Lions Our group of six Denver Lions volunteers who had planned and would carry out the 2018 Eyesight Project arrived in Mongolia at midnight after a full day of travel. Despite the challenges of getting six suitcases of